Contractor opportunity:

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Program Associate 

Reports to: Executive Director

Dates: Applications accepted until September 7, 2019 or until the position is filled. Position will begin immediately as availability allows..

Some in-person work will be needed. Please indicate which of the following dates you will be available to work: Sept. 13, 10:30am-1pm, Nov. 1, 9:30-11:30am, Nov. 12, 9am-3pm, Nov. 15, 10:30am-1pm, Jan. 8, 10:30am-1pm, Jan. 10, 9:30-11:30am, Jan. 29, 12-6pm.

Compensation: $25/hr, 20 hours/month. The Program Associate will be hired as an independent contractor. 

Position overview:


The Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area seeks individuals who are able to provide services on an hourly contracted, temporary basis. Our Program Associate will use their own computer to provide important administrative support to a coalition of arts providers and their allies in the San Francisco Bay Area promoting quality arts education. Beyond the core responsibilities noted here, the role can evolve to reflect the interests and skills of the employee.

Candidates should be able to work independently to further group goals. The program associate will be responsible for setting their own goals and demonstrating success.

Attendance will be expected at some daytime or evening events and meetings. Work will also happen at Intersection for the Arts co-working space.


  • Provide logistical support for organization

  • Maintain membership database

  • Assist with communications and social media management

  • Manage efforts to recruit new and potential members

  • Identify goals and measurements for all organizational activities

  • Record minutes at bi-monthly board meetings


  • Comfortable with formatting for internet. 

  • Experienced with social media

  • Capable writer

  • Familiarity with Bay Area arts and/or education community

  • Database expertise

About AEABA:

The Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area is a fiscally sponsored program of Intersection for the Arts. We receive support from the San Francisco Arts Commission, the California Arts Council, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation, and from our members.  

AEABA provides a forum for an exchange of information and ideas among the broader arts education community and works in collaboration with San Francisco Unified School District, community-based organizations, City agencies, and funders to advance the education and well-being of students through involvement in the arts. Additionally, it serves as a unifying voice for a dynamic local community, comprised of arts organizations, educators, parents, students, and business and community leaders committed to transforming the role of arts education in the San Francisco Bay Area.

TO APPLY: Submit a current resume and cover letter describing your availability and interest in the position. Resumes and cover letters, including contact information for 2 references, should be submitted as attachments (PDF or Word) by email to: Todd Berman with the subject: “Program Associate application, [your name]”.